The road to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia resumes on Friday with Sweden against France and Scotland versus England among the many weekend highlights.
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• The nine group winners will advance directly to join Russia in the 32-team FIFA World Cup final tournament.
• The eight runners-up with the best records against the sides first, third, fourth and fifth in their groups proceed to play-offs to decide the remaining four finals berths allocated to Europe.
Friday 9 June
• Sweden host France while the Netherlands aim to revive their campaign under Dick Advocaat.
• Switzerland defend their perfect record in the Faroe Islands and Bosnia and Herzegovina meet Greece in a crucial match behind Belgium in Group H.
Group A: Belarus (2pts) v Bulgaria (9), Sweden (10) v France (13), Netherlands (7) v Luxembourg (1)
Group B: Latvia (3) v Portugal (12), Faroe Islands (5) v Switzerland (15), Andorra (1) v Hungary (7)
Group H: Gibraltar (0) v Cyprus (4), Estonia (4) v Belgium (13), Bosnia and Herzegovina (10) v Greece (11)
Saturday 10 June
• San Marino have the unenviable task of travelling to holders Germany, who have scored 20 goals in their five wins from five games.
• Poland and England – who visit Scotland – also seek to extend comfortable group leads.
Sunday 11 June
• Spain and Italy bid to keep pace with one another as their 2 September showdown in Madrid looms.
• Iceland and Croatia face off in a pivotal Group I encounter while the Republic of Ireland and Serbia have tough assignments at the Group D summit.